Location: Nashville, Tennessee
Architect: Gresham Smith and Partners
100 Oaks Mall had originally been developed in the late 1960’s and was a landmark mall in Nashville. Over the years with competing malls and urban sprawl, the indoor shopping portion of the mall was nearly vacant and the surrounding retail that was left was suffering.
Batten & Shaw was tasked with redeveloping the interior of the 300,000 SF mall into medical outpatient services to offer breathing room for expansion from their main campus space four miles away.
The project schedule included complete demolition of the interior and build-outs of 22 outpatient clinics within a 10-month schedule.
The project was completed on time and on budget and is now LEED Certified.
This project won best 2009 healthcare project for the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the AGC and best 2009 healthcare project for the McGraw Hill Southeast Region. It was also featured in Healthcare Design Magazine’s January 2012 issue as a showcase project. This project has gained national recognition due its success for the owner, their patients and the community.
Location: Biloxi, Mississippi
Architect: Blitch Knevel /Leo Daily
This VA hospital project involved an extensive upgrade to the electrical and mechanical systems serving numerous buildings at this facility. Batten & Shaw performed this project with JV partner, Whitesell Green. The 5,400 SF utility plant addition housed four chillers totaling 4,750 tons of cooling, three new cooling towers, and a 1600kw generator. Two miles of chilled water piping were installed to serve existing buildings and new construction on the campus.
The complete changeover of the facilities main electrical service from 4,160 volts to 12,470 volts required extensive planning and coordination. Electrical site equipment included two new 2,500 kva generators, new paralleling switchgear, 15 kv distribution switchgear, pad-mounted transformers, and pad-mounted primary switches. Several miles of electrical duct bank were installed throughout the campus while keeping roadways and building access points open. New emergency power transfer switches and switchgear were installed within existing hospital buildings. This project was successfully completed in 2010.
Location: Kingwood, Texas
Architect: Perkins & Will
This three story 70,000 SF steel structure addition provides an Emergency Department (1st Floor), ICU Department (2nd Floor), and Patient Rooms (3rd Floor) for the Kingwood Medical Center. The new structure is connected to the main facility through two corridors from different departments. The building is designed for two additional floors.
This project included the removal and replacement of the cooling towers. The facility remained in operation throughout the duration of construction. The project also involved the addition of a new chiller, three new air handling units, and 16 pumps. Over 2,600 feet of domestic water, fire, chilled water, and hot water piping were installed underground. A new electrical service was brought into the hospital and the facility remained operational during the change with temporary generators. The switchgear and transformer were also replaced.
Location: Monroe, Louisiana
Architect: Earl Swensson Associates
This was a complicated project that required extensive planning and communication. The scope of the work included the addition of two new floors to the hospital and a relocation of the penthouse.
The hospital remained fully operational during construction and shutdowns were carefully coordinated to minimize the impact of the changeover. The powerhouse replacement included chillers, boilers, pumps and medgas pumps which provided additional capacity for the expansion of the facility. A new electrical service was brought to the facility and new generators were installed. This 75,000 SF project was completed on time and on budget.
Location: Littleton, Colorado
Architect: Gould Turner Group
The Swedish Urgent Care Facility included 30,000 SF of new construction located outside of Denver, Colorado.
The state-of-the-art medical facility was completed in eight and a half months (two months ahead of schedule). The exterior of the facility consists of EIFS and loose laid stone column wraps, while the interior is a classic blend of stone tile and earthy colors. A well-built addition to the community, the completed project made the hospital staff proud and was featured in a Colorado real estate magazine.
Batten & Shaw’s ADA Remediation Division focuses exclusively on ADA compliance projects for clients throughout the U.S. Our team has remediated as many as 650 items on a project without a single deficiency.
Our team members are dedicated to assisting hospital owners and other public building owners with achieving compliance with the Title III American with Disabilities Act of 1990.
These remediation projects include modifications to parking lots and parking spaces, sidewalks and accessibility ramps, doorways, restroom facilities and related signage.
Batten & Shaw is one of the most experienced ADA contractors in the nation. Our ADA team works closely with architecture and hospital staff to ensure the success of each project.
Location: Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Architect: Davis Stokes Collaborative
Batten & Shaw provided construction management services for the construction of an Inpatient Rehabilitation and Behavioral Health Services hospital in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
The scope of this project included 72,600 SF of new construction and related site work. The sitet was located on a very tight 6-acre lot with limited staging areas for construction materials or trailers and equipment. The scope also included a parking lot and perimeter roadway with concrete pervious pavers to allow for optimal diversion of stormwater to the area. The project was completed in 10 months and ahead of schedule in order to meet the Owner’s occupancy date of August 2012. Our preconstruction team was able to work with the Owner from the early conceptual phases of the project, as it underwent numerous holds while funding was secured. LifeTrust Hospital has added a valuable service to the community and job growth since the facility opened. The project was also completed well under budget.
Location: Spring Hill, Tennessee
Architect: Lyman Davidson Dooley
Construction is currently in progress on a 50,000 SF medical office building (MOB) and Free-Standing Emergency Department (FSED) in Spring Hill, TN.
The schedule for both the MOB and build-out is eight months with an anticipated completion date of January, 2013. Batten & Shaw’s preconstruction and operations teams are coordinating this project with Building Information Modeling (BIM) in order to identify any class detection or installation issues, prior to construction. This is a much anticipated project for the Spring Hill community and we are proud to be a team partner with TriStar Centennial.